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- Rain Curtain technology.
- Large water droplets for wind resistance.
- Even watering over the entire radius.
What I like about this rotor is that is comes with a nozzle tree with four low angle nozzles that water at 10⁰, and eight more standard throw nozzles that water at 25⁰, and I can adjust the distance I want to water from just over 20′ to 50′. Also, when I encounter yard that has too many sprinkler spray heads on a sprinkler zone I can use these rotors to retro-fit the zone, because I can nozzle these heads down to 1 gpm (gallon per minute) if I need to. That way they use less water than a typical spray head and will water a greater distance. The nozzles also go up to 8 gpm (gallons per minute) if I want to water bigger turf areas.
Top arc adjustment requires only a flat screwdriver, but get one of the green Rainbird screwdrivers with ears so you can pull up the shaft to install the nozzle.
Pros – Versatility and durability.
Cons – None I have run into yet.